We have a couple of recommendations for clients who run nonprofits and wish to accept donations via their WordPress websites.
Clients who come to us for a new website can get tripped up on the industry terms we throw around.
Website Muscle started back in 2008, which means our 10-year anniversary isn’t too far off. (Yikes!)
Most of our website design clients are like us — small businesses who want to grow and want to use the internet to do it.
Some people love deadlines, other people despise them. We have a set process that includes a few deadlines, but let us explain why... AND how it helps you!
You know your business needs an online presence.
You know that there is a big difference between a good website and a bad one -- maybe you already have the latter.
Websites are not works of art.
No matter how fancy or elegant our designs might be, the websites we create are not meant to be static, unchanging monuments to your business.
Optimize is one of the most frequently used words in web design and online marketing. It literally puts the “O” in SEO.
The rise in online searches for business information means that many of your company’s prospective leads will see your web presence before they ever call you or see you in person.
When I meet with clients to talk about a website project, I usually ask if there is anything they like or dislike about their competitors’ websites. (Mostly I just want to make sure I’m giving the client what they want.)